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GENERAL MISCELLANY. „ Washington Jail. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 August 1818

GENERAL MISCELLANY. „ Washington Jail. Major Hubert Bailey made his escape last night, by breaking through the wall j oi the jail, where he was confined lor j debt. By threatening the life of a fellow j pnsonei who was a stone cutler, ht obilged him to remove some stones out of the wall through which he made his escape. An active search has already cornmen.cu, & gSuOare said to be offered to,- Baifey’s apprehension. A colored man is in custody on suspicion of being privy to his escape, Maj. B. is said to have been in, lor 18,uoO dollars, and was disappointed in not getting his discharge, last Mondays under the ihsolvsn act. We understand that the Marshal, Tench Ktnggold, esq. as well as the late jailor, Air. Tipjxlt, protested, althe last court against the incommodious state ot the site kne, ing and comfort of the prisoner-. 'I nc Piesicleot was also ap’plied to on the subject, who stated that he had no authority to order any alterations. Ca/itain fright, who was arreste...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 August 1818

OBITUARY. DTKD~ on the Si It inct. at Waterford, very suddenly, Mu. David Lacev. • on the 15th near Leesburg, Miss Elizabeth Mead.

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Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 August 1818
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 August 1818

Notice. The subscriber having removed from Mrs. Cook’s Mill to the Coton mill, near the mouth of. Goose Creek, owned by Mrs. Fanny Lee, informs Iris friends & the public that he has the mill in com* plete order and ready for manufacturing wheat. Those who favour him witn their custom mav rely on dispatch. Every attention will be paid to render satisfaction, & favours, gratefully acknowledged. IJe has repaired and improved the dam so as to render it safe and convenient for waggons to cross. The strictest attention will be paid in keeping it in good order for crossing. ' CHARLES VEALE. Great Bargain, The subscribe* lias for sale a good WAGGON k TEAM. A description ia deemed unnecessary, as those wishing to purchase will first vie w them— Information may he had by application to Mr. Thomas Morallee, or any of the inhabitants of Leesburg, where the team is well known*—For terms apply to the subscriber, at Mrs: Lee’s mill. C« YEALE? August 18—-3» *

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 August 1818

Wanted immediately. A lad, from fourteen to eixtcea yean of age, as an apprentice to the Clock and Watch making business. None need apply but such as can come well f recommended fpr industry, honesty and sobriety. JAMES CHURCH. Middlcburg, Aug. 18th—St. • Estray Mare* Taken up on the Bth inst. onthelandof Margaret McTlbeny, an estray mare of a bright bay colour, about U 1-2 hands high—supposed to be nine years old, with a scar on her right hip-bone, and her right foot white, appraised at 50 dollars Ihe owner is requested to prove property, pay charges and take her away. v HEZEKIAH SHAW. Near Hillsboro*. Aug. 18th—3t* Farmers Attend/ J will sell without reserve, on baturday the 7lh September next, a very handsome little FARM, situated neat Mountuville Loudoun County, contain ing 150 Acres* of land, in a high state of cultivation and in a respectable neighborhood.— 1 here is a convenient , Stone Dwellitig House. Sc kitchen on this farm—it is well wood* ed and watered, and combines man...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 August 1818

* Notice. THe public are hereby cautioned ft* gainst purchasing a note of hand datcd f I (think, some time in March or A> pril, 1816, made payable to Jamas Davis, for seventeen dollars and about fifty cents, and signed by Isaac Work* man, and witnessed by David Connor, as the said note is more than paid and the said Davis refuses to give it up. 1 shall not pay the same again unless com* polled by law. his Isaac * workman mark Atig. 18th—4t. Notice. ALL persons who may favor me with their custom, will please to notice, that in order to remedy a very'great inconvenience of having work lemain in my shop for two or three years after being finished, it becomes necessary to adopt the follow ni(i order, viz. that all work brought to n»y shop for repairs must be taken away within six months after it is finished, otherwise it will be sold to the highest bidder to pay charges. SAM’I THOMPSON, Gunsmith. Leesburg, August 11—3t Leesburg Jockey Club RACES. THE above races will commence...

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THE RE CB&S. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 August 1818

THE RE CB&S. From the Eastern Arcus. Moral Questions and Answers. What’s deeper than the boundless sen, Where plunge the finny World, More dreadful than the belching crash, From entrails burl’d? Revenge. t What’s softer than the Cygnet’s down— Or dew upon the rose— i Or changing issue of the west, At evening’s peaceful closel Pity, j What’s more impetuous than the rage, That sweeps Niagara’s surge! More sure to push the victims ori, That totter near its verge! Anger. What’s milder than the genial touch, Of zephyr’s kindly blown, Or lake reflected Cynthia's orb, beneath its surface shown! Religion. i What fs more hitter far than gall, Or Wormwoods’s loathsome blade, Mare poisonous than the fang of AspsOr Alias' banciul shade! Envy. Whdt’s truer than the magnet’s aim, To North so steady borne, That quiet rests, when undisturbed—- . That trembles—when Ms torn? Fhisndship. What’s wilder {ban the timid deer, That bounds the leafy fair; Or proud fledged Ospray’s boldest flight...

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Source: Library of Virginia
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Sea Serpent, or Sea Monster or Big Fish. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 August 1818

Sea Serpent, or Sea Monster or Big Fish. This great has again made its appearance in the newspapers and will undoubtedly be very useful through the summer; infilling up small places in the papers, and occupying corners, wnen nothing else can be found to go hilt would be very entertaining to take all the different accounts that have been | given of this stranger, run them over, St | „ see how many shapes he has assumed and how many times he has appeared in the same shape. How many feet in length he has increased in a few days, and then again how many feet shorter he has grown in the same length of t<me. Last fall he ran from 60 to 80 feet.-r Now he has reached somewhere about 130. Ho went at that time by the name of Sea Serpent? and Sea Monster, now he is a big "Fish." Every cockboat crew that goes out of Salem or Glouces. ter, will have a ‘-/irt ttury" to telHfif their return. Last summer he was seen, by the ladies and gentlemen passengers in a certain packet. They saw hi...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 August 1818
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 August 1818

Loudoun Land FOR SALE. The subscribers will sell the foil* facts of land, viz. Three Hundred Acres , about one and a half miles from the of Union and Bloomfield. The imj meats on this land are two log dw houses and a good Apple Orchart large proportion in timber* and si springs of water > ALSO— Ninety Six Acres of land adjoining the jam! of Pi-esly dera, a good proportion in limb plenty of limestone and a nurnh springs' of water, with a smalt dwelling house. The terms wi made easy and a good title given 1 purchaser. The first mentioned may be very convenienliy dh if required, into two small farms, further in&rmation, apply to the seribers living near the Beaver* Bridge, DANIEL BROWjV & THOS. TRAHOR] Snickers’ Gap Turnpike, > June 9, 1818 — tf. i, Saddle Homes , maker. * THE subscriber begs leave to ir the public generally that lie has menced the above business nearly site the court house, on the com King and Maiket sheet, vbtr willconuta...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 August 1818

Positively a Ureat Barg May be had in that valuable houi lot, the propel ty of Peter Benedui house is large and commodious < upon Loudoun street, Leesburg; I is large, with a Brick stable fee property is well calculated for an; lie.business, the terms will be ma sy upon an advance of two tbouaar lars. It will be sold for one thin than its value, provided the sale is pleated in 20 days from tlfis date, to j! LITTLEJOI August 4tli—3t. Valuable Farn; FOR SALE. THE subscriber will sell that ful aud commodious farm on wh now resides, situated in an agr and healthy neighborhood, on the leading from Warremoii, fauqr. ty to Alexandria, about three inilei the former and forty from the lattei The contemplated turnpike to A diia will pass directly by or ne: farm, h contains about, 500 Acres, upwards of 300 acres are cleared a der excellent improvement, ii i adapted to the clover and plaiste tern of Farming, experiments i been made with considerable succ The buildings are a good fram...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 August 1818

Culpepper FOR $. THE subscriber, to the west, will sell public sale, on Friday, 2*{h o r* s bet next, the farm onwhichfcJ sides, lying cm the middle | Rappahannock; and otljoinin tl of general Green: containing* 650 Acres Ttko hundred of which quality river bottom—.» hm™ twenty or thirty of fine y oune and ab.sut sixty or seventy Jut with clover; the residue thou ' clover is strong and fertile. . In point of fertility the above jj inferior to none in the counhyl growing crops will testify; i(,, * is handsome and healthy, th e comfoi table and sufficient farming purposes; there is a ag| quantity of land now in cuhivMj, coin, for the seeding oftwoorthdred bushels of grain, which «| duce as much wheat as any ctrn the terms of sale arc one third i the balluncc in one and two y e , n clear and unincumbered title made, and possession .given mi 1 y • The subscriber it authorised /o m guired about 300 Acres I of valuaole land to the above farm,| third ul which is heavily tinaberedj balance ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 August 1818

Me genius of liberty. M i. v . , »* BY SJIMUIiL B. T. CJiLDrtr.LL, LEESBURG, VA. PUBLISHER OF THE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1818. ' ITCTu] No. 33

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l oyDinovs. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 August 1818

l oyDinovs. L c.->"' L "'"" * i ! H " lioi)ce» weekon K °° d ~‘ c dlUn' I TWO DOLLARS per annum K advance, or TWO DOLf udFl Pi-YCLNTS.it not paw I die expiration of the year. No Lilibe discontinued until arrear L piid, except at the discretion pot. Lktisements will be inserted is. L uo u» manner, at one dot.ar pc; h or the three first insertions, and L vcc( ntt fort each additional inserTbose who send in their advertise w ;jl please to mention how often fish then inserted, otherwise they continued until forbid, and chan; (BSdingly. , M communicn-ioni and letters o\ ~„i Utl bt-~POSr PAID.

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Nashville, July 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 August 1818

Nashville, July 7. A Roman coin found in Tenncstee, It has long been a desideratum with the learned to know by whom the numerous old fortifications Sec. in the western country were erected; it is now in our power to add one fact which may serve to direct enquirers a little further: A short time since a cellar was dug id the town of I’ayettville, on Elk river in this state, not far from the lints of one of those ancient fortification, so common in the western stales, and in the dirt was found, corroded with a kind of rust, a small piece of metal, which being disrobed of its covering was ascertained to be a Roman silver coin, issued about ISO years after Chiist, and in a good state of preservation. It is in the possession of a ( merchani in Nashville, and has been seen by hundreds, many of whom arc antiquarians, and they are all satisfied it is a genuine coin, and one gentleman who was lately in Italy and saw the busts of ihe persons represented on the coin, heel ires the heads, very ...

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amtohinvs AVG Pitrs P P TRP CO# 111 on the other side [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 August 1818

amtohinvs AVG Pitrs P P TRP CO# 111 on the other side , AVRELIVB CSC# AR AVG P 111 COS which is construed to read thus— Antoninus Augustus Pius,firincfi-fionlifex terlio consult , Aurelius Censor Augustus, pontifex tertii consult The marks and letters, kc. exactly' | agree in every particular with the pro* i bable state of the arts end the history of 1 the times; but how the coin was bro’t to Tennessee we leave to others to ascer* tain. Since the subject of the Roman coin has occcupied public attention we have learnt many facts interesting to the antiquarian. Some few miles above Columbia on Duck fiver are a number of fortifications and mounds, into one of which some young hnen dug a small distance, and found several well burnt bricks, about nine inches square and three inches thick also several fragments of ca then ware, also a sword about two feet long difler* ently shaped from any in use since tbo whites visited the continent, apparently once highly polished, but now much eat wit...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 August 1818

Notice. public are hereby cautioned apurchasing a note ol hand dated) nk, some time in March or A--1816, made payable to James [or seventeen dollars and abput and signed by Isaac, W orkand witnessed oy David Coniior, said note is more than paid and ul Davis refuses to give it up. 1 not pay the same again unless com by law. his ISAAC * WORKMAN mark g. iSth—4t. Notice. L persons who may favor jkjb'their custom, will please #o notflgjjy n order to remedy a very great ft* aience of having work repnain" in opfortwo or three years after finished, it becomes necessary to the following order, viz. that all brought to nly shop for repairs be taken away within sis months it is finished, otherwise it will be Inibe highest bidder to pay ch*rSAM’I THOMPSON, Gumm.t/n iurg, August I*—3t Leesburg Jockey Club A £5 •E,-8..j HE above races will. ummence ah; n over a hanclsnine course, liear the “Leesburg, ui) i! lt: tourth Wcdbepte über next, being the 23i W month. hfe Ist cl v, 4 miles and re i le Sd...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 August 1818

LAND FOR SALE—for cash. By virtue of a deed of trust from John Bogue and Frances his wife, to secure the payment of the sums of money therein mentioned, with the costs upon such sales accruing, will be sold at travel’s tavern in Woodstock, Shenandoah county, on the 17th day of Septcmuelr' next, being court day, a A Tract of Land lying and facing in the said County of Shenandoah, being part of a large tract granted by the Governor of Virginia, to William Ehaey and at the ndfth side of the big ridge cunlai ning 3,650 Acres, Also one other I'RACT m the coun* ■y 'of Hardy (being a part of a tract granted to the said \V fn. Lllzey, and lying at the booth west corner thereof) conlining *JP /V Ci crefc, this Tact will by sold at Moorfield on the 2d day of the court, to be held for Hardy County in Septerttbtr next; the sale of this Land will be made at the court House door in Moot field. John Littlejohn one. of 'he Trustees will attend tuihe sales; the title is indisputable. JOHN LI TTL.EJU...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 August 1818

Land for Sale Will be sold on Wednesday the I6tb day of September next', under a deed of trust to satisfy a debt due by Josabed White to John Hollingsworth, a tract ofland,lying in Waterford containing 63 Acres The land is under good improvement; has a large two story brick house, together with an elegant Merchant and saw mill, almost finished, on the same. A large portion of saicfland is .in mead ow. it will be sold for cash. Enos Potts, Trustee. Aug. 18 th—4t. SALE OF LAKD—For Cash . On Wednesday the 28th day of October next, at 12 o’clock, will be exposed at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, so much of the tract of. land on which Mr. Francis Hereford lives as wil Suffice to pay tne balance due to John T. Brocke Sc James M. Carneit administrators. with the will annexed of James Mercer, ncc’d. and the expences of this trust. 1 lie sale will be made at the tavern ol John Upp in Middltburg. liurr l : oweJl, Trustee. August 18th—3t. For ijarter, I am authorized to sell or...

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